Conservative candidate elected in Cliff Jordan’s former Norfolk County Council seat
PUBLISHED: 11:56 13 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:56 13 July 2018
Harry Clarke/Norfolk Conservatives/Colin King
The results of a by-election to fill former Norfolk county council leader Cliff Jordan’s seat have been announced.
Conservative candidate Edward Connolly has been elected in the Yare and All Saints division, after receiving 955 votes.
Labour’s Harry Clarke received 337 votes, and Liberal Democrat Andrew Thorpe received 182 votes.
The by-election was held on Thursday, July 12, and saw a turnout of 19.1pc, of an electorate of 7,726.
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